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    The Jeub Family blogs at jeubfamily.com

    Family Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeubfamily

    They first appeared on the TLC miniseries "Kids by the Dozen" along with the Ardnts and the Heppners. The "parents" of this group of children are Chris Jeub and Wendy Jeub. Wendy Jeub was a rebel before she met Chris and had two children prior to their marriage, Alissa and Alicia.

    According to the website, they have sixteen children, including Alissa and Alicia.

    The Birthday Bash

    One of the episodes of "Kids by the Dozen" showed how the Jeubs celebrated birthdays. To save money, most likely due to the fact that Chris Jeub doesn't have a job, they have one party a year to celebrate everyone's birthday.

    Hunting

    The Jeub family lives in the United States, in Colorado. They go hunting several times a year, possibly because being a self-employed publisher and debate coach for homeschoolers doesn't pay as well as a job. One of his posts lamented the fact that it's not easy to hunt because he has to walk up to three miles a day. Most people call that a normal day.

    Chris Jeub

    Chris Jeub is married to Wendy Jeub, and is an arrogant, pompous man who doesn’t have an actual job. He claims "self employment" and "supports" his mega family by shilling self published books about having more children than you can afford, and blogging non-stop. He also runs "debate camps" for teenagers, which is amusing because he can not debate. If you don't believe me, try to engage him on his blog sometime. Once you say something that he doesn't agree with, he will delete your comment and post about how much he loves debate.

    He claims to be childhood friends with Paul Ryan.

    chrisjeub.com/paul-ryan-yep-hes-the-real-deal

    chrisjeub.com/a-bit-more-about-paul-ryan/

    He worked for Focus on the Family, which has been monitored by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

    Chris is a hypocrite as well, often blogging about how he has supported his family without government assistance. However, he failed to mention that he is claiming tax rebates for each one, so it's highly likely that he pays no taxes.

    chrisjeub.com/government-assistance-sucks/

    He also asks for money from his blog readers every so often, and they do not turn down donations of clothing or food that is left on the doorstep. So it's okay to take things from people you know, but not from public assistance. He fails to understand how someone could live in a world without family or church support. He has admitted to having his children eat samples at big box stores instead of paying for lunches.

    He is outspoken in his support of College Plus and Samaritan Ministries.

    Alicia Jeub

     

    Alicia Jeub is the daughter of Wendy, who was adopted by Chris Jeub when he married Wendy. When she was 21, she was considered a rebel and asked to leave the house. The reasoning behind this was that her attitude was harming the other children. In the 2006, TLC special, Alicia was reunited with her mother and adoptive "father." We met her child, Isaak. In 2010, she had another baby named Forrest, and that was the last time she was mentioned on the jeubfamily blog.

    When commenters ask Chris or Wendy about Alicia or Alissa, the comments are deleted with no explanation.

    Alissa Jeub

    Alissa Jeub was married in early January 2013, to a man named Assad. They were married in Turkey, where his family fled to when war broke out in Syria. Alissa spent several years living in Australia, and appears to be close with her grandmother, Chris's mother, Judy.

    Judy wrote about Alissa's wedding here: judyjeub.com/2012/a-new-beginning/

    Alissa's mother and step-father did not mention the wedding.

    Cynthia Jeub

    Cynthia is the oldest daughter of Chris Jeub, and Wendy's third daughter. She blogs at cynthiajeub.com . It's not very interesting, IMO. She attends a public college and appears to be following in her father's footsteps by inflating her accomplishments on her about me page and blogging incessantly.

    Lydia Jeub

    Lydia occasionally writes a blog post, and she wrote the family Christmas letter in 2010. She participates in the debate camps and hunting trips. She is 18.

    Other Jeub Children

    Isaiah, Micah, Noah, Tabitha, Keilah, Hannah, Josiah, Joshua, Havilah, Pricilla, and Zechariah. Don't worry about their names.

    The only ones ever mentioned on the blog are Cynthia, Lydia, Isaiah, and Micah. Joshua and Havilah are twins.

    Judy Jeub

    Judy is Chris's mother. Judy seems to be an actual human being, unlike Chris. She blogs at judyjeub.com. She mostly blogs about books she's read, or little things in her life, or spiritualty. She is a Christian, but out of the blogging Jeubs, she appears to be the most accepting of people who don't share her faith.

    Wendy Jeub

    She posted her "testimony" here: pregornot.org/testimonies.html

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/wendyjeub

    Wendy homeschools her children and writes diet books, which Chris Jeub publishes and "sells". Her twitter feed seems to be all retweets of Chris Jeub's tweets, which leads me to believe he is managing her twitter feed. She occasionally writes and article on jeubfamily.com, however, her voice is eerily similar to her husbands.

    Free Jinger's Jeub Family Discussions

    (created March 13, 2013)

  • Updated by @clueliss

    The Jeub Family blogs at jeubfamily.com

    Family Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeubfamily

    They first appeared on the TLC miniseries "Kids by the Dozen" along with the Ardnts and the Heppners. The "parents" of this group of children are

    Chris Jeub and Wendy Jeub. Wendy Jeub was a rebel before she met Chris and had two children prior to their marriage, Alissa and Alicia.

    According to the website, they have sixteen children, including Alissa and Alicia.

    The Birthday Bash

    One of the episodes of "Kids by the Dozen" showed how the Jeubs celebrated birthdays. To save money, most likely due to the fact that Chris Jeub

    doesn't have a job, they have one party a year to celebrate everyone's birthday.

    Hunting

    The Jeub family lives in the United States, in Colorado. They go hunting several times a year, possibly because being a self-employed publisher and

    debate coach for homeschoolers doesn't pay as well as a job. One of his posts lamented the fact that it's not easy to hunt because he has to walk

    up to three miles a day. Most people call that a normal day.

    Chris Jeub

    Chris Jeub is married to Wendy Jeub, and is an arrogant, pompous man who doesn't have an actual job. He claims "self employment" and "supports" his

    mega family by shilling self published books about having more children than you can afford, and blogging non-stop. He also runs "debate camps" for

    teenagers, which is amusing because he can not debate. If you don't believe me, try to engage him on his blog sometime. Once you say something that he

    doesn't agree with, he will delete your comment and post about how much he loves debate.

    He claims to be childhood friends with Paul Ryan.

    chrisjeub.com/paul-ryan-yep-hes-the-real-deal

    chrisjeub.com/a-bit-more-about-paul-ryan/

    He worked for Focus on the Family, which has been monitored by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

    Chris is a hypocrite as well, often blogging about how he has supported his family without government assistance. However, he failed to mention that he

    is claiming tax rebates for each one, so it's highly likely that he pays no taxes.

    chrisjeub.com/government-assistance-sucks/

    He also asks for money from his blog readers every so often, and they do not turn down donations of clothing or food that is left on the doorstep.

    So it's okay to take things from people you know, but not from public assistance. He fails to understand how someone could live in a world

    without family or church support. He has admitted to having his children eat samples at big box stores instead of paying for lunches.

    He is outspoken in his support of College Plus and Samaritan Ministries.

    Alicia Jeub

    Alicia Jeub is the daughter of Wendy, who was adopted by Chris Jeub when he married Wendy. When she was 21, she was considered a rebel and asked to

    leave the house. The reasoning behind this was that her attitude was harming the other children. In the 2006, TLC special, Alicia was reunited

    with her mother and adoptive "father." We met her child, Isaak. In 2010, she had another baby named Forrest, and that was the last time she was

    mentioned on the jeubfamily blog.

    When commenters ask Chris or Wendy about Alicia or Alissa, the comments are deleted with no explanation.

    According to blog entries by sister Cynthia – Chris and Wendy had told the crew filing the Jeub family that Alicia didn't live close. However "Aunt

    Becky" told the crew otherwise and the "reunion" seen on screen was arranged. She has apparently had two other children after the special was filmed.

    Alissa Jeub

    Alissa Jeub was married in early January 2013, to a man named Assad. They were married in Turkey, where his family fled to when war broke out in

    Syria. Alissa spent several years living in Australia, and appears to be close with her grandmother, Chris's mother, Judy. Alissa's mother and step-father did not mention the wedding. Alissa is Muslim.

    Judy wrote about Alissa's wedding here: judyjeub.com/2012/a-new-beginning/

    She blogs infrequently at alissajeub.blogspot.com/

    Cynthia Jeub

    Cynthia is the oldest daughter of Chris Jeub, and Wendy's third daughter.

    She blogs at cynthiajeub.com .

    Cynthia has in her blog blown the doors off her parents' world in October 2014 by blogging about abuse she suffered from her parents. She has since

    admitted to self harm, Told about parental alcohol abuse (Feb 2015), Came out as bisexual (April 2015) and no longer considers herself Christian

    (June 2015). Her blog also details the difficulties she and her sister Lydia (below) had in leaving the family home.

    Lydia Jeub

    Lydia occasionally writes a blog post, and she wrote the family Christmas letter in 2010. She participates in the debate camps and hunting trips.

    Left the Jeub home at the same time as sister Cynthia.

    Other Jeub Children

    Isaiah, Micah, Noah, Tabitha, Keilah, Hannah, Josiah, Joshua, Havilah, Pricilla, and Zechariah. Don't worry about their names.

    The only ones ever mentioned on the blog are Cynthia, Lydia, Isaiah, and Micah. Joshua and Havilah are twins.

    Judy Jeub

    Judy is Chris's mother. Judy seems to be an actual human being, unlike Chris. She blogs at judyjeub.com. She mostly blogs about books she's read,

    or little things in her life, or spiritualty. She is a Christian, but out of the blogging Jeubs, she appears to be the most accepting of people who don't share her faith.

    Wendy Jeub

    She posted her "testimony" here: pregornot.org/testimonies.html

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/wendyjeub

    Wendy homeschools (see below for update) her children and writes diet books, which Chris Jeub publishes and "sells". Her twitter feed seems to be

    all retweets of Chris Jeub's tweets, which leads me to believe he is managing her twitter feed. She occasionally writes and article on jeubfamily.com, however, her voice is eerily similar to her husbands.

    As of August 2015 it appears that the Jeub's are no longer exclusively homeschooling. 2 are attending Colorado Springs Early Colleges (Isaiah &

    Micha), 2 are attending High Country Home Educators (Noah & Tabitha), 6 (Keilah, Hannah, Josiah, Havilah, Joshua, & Priscillia) are attending

    Monument Academy. Zechariah & Elijah are being homeschooled by Wendy.

     

    (Created October 17, 2015)



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